College Transitions is an internationally recognized team of college planning experts. As the only admissions consulting provider with an active research agenda in higher education, our counselors leverage their quantitative background, professional network, and inside knowledge to help students identify good-fit schools and gain a competitive advantage in the admissions process. Over the past decade, College Transitions has supported thousands of applicants, helping them secure admission at more than 500 of the most competitive colleges, universities, and graduate programs.
Sampling of Acceptances
Susan Hayes, New York, NY
Paul Yousef, Vienna, VA
Amanda Zhang, Atlanta, GA
Adam Yao, Shanghai, China
Nancy N., Portland, ME
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Dave Bergman appears on New Jersey 101.5
Dave Bergman, Director of Content for College Transitions and author of The Enlightened College Applicant appeared with Jen Ursillo on New Jersey 101.5 to discuss how to handle early action and rolling admission acceptances as the holidays approach. One the topic of putting down a…
Washington Monthly interviews Andrew Belasco of College Transitions
Washington, D.C. – Anne Kim of Washington Monthly sat down with Andrew Belasco, CEO of College Transitions, to discuss how to differentiate between legitimate summer programs for high school students and those that are merely money-makers for a given university. Among his insights were: Regarding…
The Washington Post quotes Andrew Belasco
Washington, D.C. – Valerie Strauss of The Washington Post quoted Andrew Belasco, Co-Founder and CEO of College Transitions, in her article entitled “America’s elite universities are making millions off summer programs for teens, but do they really help kids get into college?” As Andrew explains,…